Common Crawl

Welcome to the Common Crawl Group!

Common Crawl, a non-profit organization, 
provides an open repository of web crawl data that is freely accessible to all. In doing so, we aim to advance the open web and democratize access to information. Today, the Common Crawl Corpus encompasses over two petabytes of web crawl data collected over eight years and ongoing. As the largest, most comprehensive, open repository of web crawl data on the cloud, we contribute to the thriving open data commons that drives innovation, research, and education.

This group is for discussion and collaboration among all those who use or seek to use Common Crawl data and/or share an interest in the open data ecosystem.

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time series models from common crawl data 11/9/17
Noob ? regarding phishing URLs Stephen Bright 11/2/17
Pages versus URLs, and uniqueness of WAT file entries Henry S Thompson 10/31/17
October 2017 Crawl Archive Now Available Sebastian Nagel 10/29/17
CDN for faster download or alternative protocols - UDT,QUIC brano199 10/23/17
Pickup Chinese web pages from the data set. 邓尧 10/14/17
Microdata Parser for Commoncrawl Gautam Kishore Shahi 10/9/17
How crawling is performed Spider99 10/9/17
Best Cloud Services for Web crawling 10/6/17
Download Wet Files of Web Pages with a Given Tag Dakila 10/4/17
How to Downloa Wet Files Dakila 10/2/17
September 2017 Crawl Archive Now Available Sebastian Nagel 10/1/17
Feed crawler with URIs taken from WET files Dimitris Anag 9/19/17
url crawled but links to same domain not crawled, possibly just pagination or other limits I am not aware of? David Cottrell 9/11/17
Are index files of older crawls changing? brano199 9/4/17
How to read raw index files brano199 9/1/17
Cloudfront support - HTTP/2 download brano199 9/1/17
August 2017 Crawl Archive Now Available Sebastian Nagel 8/27/17
Contributing to Common Crawl Indexing SD 8/26/17
Host- and domain-level web graph data sets of May/June/July 2017 crawl Sebastian Nagel 8/18/17
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